KDE Education Project
FoundedJuly 2001; 20 years ago (2001-07)
FounderEva Brucherseifer[1] and other
FocusFree educational software
Productskdeedu module
Websiteedu.kde.org

The KDE Education Project (or KDE-Edu project) develops free educational software based on the KDE technologies for students and parents. These educational software is translated into more than 65 languages, so that users can access them without any problems. The KDE-Edu project also provides free software educational to support and facilitate teachers in planning lessons.

The KDE-Edu project is available for BSD and Linux; Microsoft Windows support is in beta.

History

The KDE-Edu project was started in July 2001. The goal of the project is to develop Free Educational Software (GNU General Public License) within the KDE environment. This software is mainly aimed to schools, to students and to parents at home as well as to adults willing to extend their knowledge.[2]

List of software

This software is bundled in the kdeedu package. All applications are fully KDE compatible.

Languages

Mathematics

Miscellaneous

Science

Software unfinished

Discontinued

References

  1. ^ "Eva Brucherseifer - Behind KDE". Retrieved 2011-05-25.
  2. ^ "History of the KDE-Edu Project". Retrieved 2011-03-30.
  3. ^ KDEdu - Kanagram
  4. ^ KDEdu - KHangman
  5. ^ KDEdu - Kiten
  6. ^ KDEdu - KLettres
  7. ^ KDEdu - KWordQuiz
  8. ^ KDEdu - Parley
  9. ^ KDEdu - Cantor
  10. ^ KDEdu - KAlgebra
  11. ^ KDEdu - KBrunch
  12. ^ KDEdu - Kig
  13. ^ KDEdu - KmPlot
  14. ^ KDEdu - Blinken
  15. ^ KDEdu - KGeography
  16. ^ KDEdu - KTouch
  17. ^ KDEdu - KTurtle
  18. ^ KDEdu - Pairs
  19. ^ KDEdu - Kalzium
  20. ^ KDEdu - KStars
  21. ^ KDEdu - Marble
  22. ^ KDEdu - Step
  23. ^ KDEdu - Rocs